The feature can be accessed via the camera icon at the bottom of the screen, and users can continually send edited photos back and forth. Once a friend sends you a photo via direct message, you can add a sticker to that photo and use the same in your reply. You can also resize the image and incorporate it into your own visual response - meaning if you're truly dedicated you could create a never-ending chain of remixed responses that drives you totally insane from its incomprehensible unknowability. As part of the version 24 update, an extra layer of creativity has been added to the process as you can remix photos you've received before sending them back. If you'd like your friend to view the image once, then select the "One View" option.
In Snapchat, users can add text and draw on their own images, and also images that publishers post to Snapchat Discover. Given below is how this feature can be used.
The remix feature is just some silly fun that you can have with friends if you have nothing better to do. For everything else, choose "Allow Replay" so your friends have more time to view your messages.
For encouraging users to privately message each other on Instagram, the company announced a new feature called "remixing". However, choosing Allow Replay loops the photos/videos automatically, and, your friends need to tap and hold the photo/video to pause the loop.
Google launches Datally, an app to control mobile internet usage
Tests of the app in the Philippines had shown that Datally could help save users up to 30 per cent on their data, Google said. Datally is obviously a major play at capturing those next billion users that many global internet giants are after.
Moment police swoop on Melbourne terror suspect
Patton said the purported plan included firing into crowds during New Year's Eve festivities at Melbourne's Federation Square. The practising Muslim was born in Australia, is an Australian citizen and his parents were from Somalia, Mr Patton said.
Federal judge: United States military must accept trans recruits in January
A federal court has clarified DOD can't delay transgender enlistments beyond January 1. He said the department would use the time to further study the issue.